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‘Survival of the fittest’: How ageism issues affect the finance industry

  • Banks and financial services companies could be guilty of ageism and giving priority to young tech-savvy employees over experienced workers.
  • Accommodation of diverse generations in the workplace is the result of a willingness of older employees to adapt combined with support for training and development.
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